Protecting Your Rights After The Divorce Is Final

Divorce orders are meant to be permanent, and in most cases, the discussion ends when the divorce is finalized. However, what happens when one of the parties is not making the ordered support payments or if the circumstances change significantly, making the existing divorce orders obsolete? There are times when circumstances demand that divorce orders be enforced or changed.

Media divorce modifications lawyer, Deborah M. Truscello, represents clients in divorce modifications and enforcement of orders throughout Delaware County and the surrounding Pennsylvania area. With more than 25 years of legal experience, attorney Truscello takes a personalized approach. She will take the time to talk with you about your situation, work with you to create an appropriate strategy and help you through the process of protecting your interests in divorce modifications and enforcement cases.

Divorce Modifications And Enforcement Of Orders

At the Law Office Of Deborah M. Truscello, we represent clients in cases involving;

  • Modifications: Generally, a court will not alter divorce orders without showing a substantial change in circumstances to justify the change. Examples of substantial changes in circumstances can include job changes, required relocations, serious illnesses and injuries, and increased needs of a child. We represent clients petitioning for divorce modifications and those contesting modifications.
  • Enforcement: In some cases, there has not been a substantial change in circumstances, yet one of the two parties is failing to live up to the provisions in the divorce order. Nonpayment of child support and spousal support, as well as breaking the provisions of the visitation schedule, are common examples. We represent clients petition the court for enforcement of divorce provisions.

We represent clients through all phases of their legal matters, even long after their divorces are finalized. If problems arise after your divorce is finalized, please call us so we can help you.

Contact The Law Office Of Deborah M. Truscello

We understand that finances are often a challenge, especially when family law matters are involved. Please ask us about our fair and competitive hourly rates for family law issues.

Call 610-228-4376 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney.